A fundraising exhibition for Centre CLARK
AN ARTISTIC DIRECTION BY NADÈGE GREBMEIER FORGET & FRANCES ADAIR McKENZIE
« Between the alleged colors and visibles, we would find anew the tissue that lines them, sustains them, nourishes them, and which for its part is not a thing, but a possibility, a latency, and a flesh of things. » - Maurice Merleau-Ponty[Office1]
This online fundraising exhibition brings together the work of 29 artists, each intimately considered and gesturally embellished by Frances Adair McKenzie and Nadège Grebmeier Forget as a shifting form, a hum of unexpected tints and textures softening the split that divides us. House of Heartbreak seeks to reflect on the sensorial dynamics of materiality through a contemplation on absence, sensuality, and the tension of their cohabitation with longing.
In this third edition, Maison Modèle inhabits the virtual by presenting a gallery of images to be viewed as of windows into a landscape of potential and love. We invite you to explore this myriad of talented artists from different generations and practices, including works by CLARK’s active members. As you navigate through this velveteen-fashioned corridor and experience that unmistakable "coup de cœur", you may consider acquiring one or more pieces to embellish your living space IRL (in real life).
THIS BENEFIT EXHIBITION IS KINDLY SUPPORTED BY UBISOFT AND FEATURES WORKS BY:
David Armstrong VI
Kuh Del Rosario
Nadège Grebmeier Forget
David Martineau Lachance
Frances Adair McKenzie
HOW TO PURCHASE /
If you are interested in buying a work, simply click on its price, either in the catalog or the online exhibition. To purchase by email or phone, contact us at [email protected] or at 514-288-4972.
PRIVATE VISIT /
We can also make arrangements for you to view the works in person.
To make an appointment, contact us by email at [email protected] or by phone at 514-288-4972.
You don't need to buy a work to show your love for CLARK!
CLARK is a charitable organization. For each donation, we will issue an official tax receipt applicable to both levels of government.
Frances Adair McKenzie & Nadège Grebmeier Forget
Marie Brassard & Alexander MacSween
Claudia Francello from Etna - Bar · Apéritif
Nathalie Bergeron & Sylvain Monfette
Fanny Latreille & Roxanne Arsenault
Manon Tourigny, Corine Lemieux, Prakash Krishnan
To all the artists who donated work and everyone who took part in this edition, to Ubisoft for their generous support, and to CLARK’s members and volunteers.
QUOTE FROM: Maurice Merleau-Ponty, The Visible and The Invisible (Evanston: Northwestern University Press, 1968), p.132-33.),quoted in Aesthetics of the Flesh, p.12.